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A lunar base would likely be built using prefabricated parts in combination with large scale 3D printing.
Can China build a lunar base? Absolutely. Can human beings survive on the Moon and other planets for the long term? The answer to that is less clear.
Gillette’s ‘the best a man can get’ campaign exemplifies a new type of corporate political activism.
Gillette’s controversial advertisement is an important sign the #metoo movement has changed the global zeitgeist.
Under the ParentsNext that was delivered, some parents lose payments for failing to attend appointments and others don’t.
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ParentsNext has punitive dimensions that threaten people's human rights. Now a Senate Committee will determine whether it's helping or harming vulnerable parents and their children.
Sugar baby websites exemplify a wider trend of casualisation in working relationships.
Sugar daddy capitalism is deformalising relationships and erasing the lines between commercial and non-commercial worlds.
Hannah Gadsby’s Nanette received critical acclaim around the world.
From ground-breaking to game-changing, rule-breaking to near parliament-breaking, 2018 was a hell of a year for TV.
In 1930, John Maynard Keynes predicted a 15-hour work week – working three hours a day – within a few generations.
The idea of reduced working hours was once seen as an essential indicator of progress. It's time it was again.
The 2015 movie Spotlight portrayed how journalists at the Boston Globe uncovered child sex abuse in the Catholic Church. But not all ‘investigative journalism’ is as rigorous.
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A new form of journalism, dubbed "access journalism" is creeping into the media, and its reliance on allegations and lack of evidence poses a serious threat.
Delicious, nutritious… and emissions-intensive.
Most consumers underestimate the greenhouse emissions associated with different foods. But environmental labels, similar to existing nutrition information, can help us make lower-impact choices.
Would you go ‘flats’ or ‘hills’?
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Whether it's a toss of the coin or a flip of the bat, can any method to decide who plays first in cricket be unbiased?
As happened during the last budget boom, the government will spend it (quite likely on tax cuts) leaving little for when things turn down down the track.
History suggests the government will spend most of the extra $10 billion per year that the MYEFO will reveal on Monday. The only problem is, those riches won't last.
Around 8% of the population experience swallowing difficulties.
We don't often give our eating habits much thought but the 8% of the population with swallowing disability need to plan carefully to ensure their food is the right texture and eaten at the right pace.
The Competition and Consumer Commission is worried about the ability of the platforms we use to determine the news we read.
Australia might become the first country in the world to submit Google and Facebook's algorithms to a public interest test.
It is a national shame that Indigenous people make up 2% of the general population, but 28% of the prison population.
Indigenous Australians are vastly over-represented in the prison population, but the success of a new program is offering hope that it can be turned around.
If you don’t have a motorbike license back home, your insurance might not cover you if you have an accident abroad.
Just 82% of young Australians have insurance when they travel overseas. But even if you have insurance, you might not be covered for everything.
Patternmaker Paul Kay is now used to the idea of working by himself.
The skills shortage in the foundry sector shows there is a continuing demand for "traditional" trades.
The first kangaroo-leather bound ledgers of what became Westpac, photographed in the Westpac archives.
Examination of the first deposit in what became Westpac tells us much about 1817, not all of it pleasant.
The Melbourne Declaration provides a national vision of what education in Australia should be for.
The Melbourne Declaration is now ten years old. It acts as a national guide for education policy, practice and delivery in Australian schools.
Soon we’ll have a much better idea of what we are buying, and companies will be shamed into sourcing products better.
Soon we'll have a better idea of what we are buying. There are no penalties, but "naming and shaming" might make Australia's Modern Slavery Act work.
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Making the transition to a sustainable energy future also means ensuring that affected communities - such as Australia's coal workers - aren't left by the wayside.